CCJ to host week of activities for 14th anniversary

Registrar and Chief Marshal of the Caribbean Court of Justice, Jacqueline Graham (left) watches as Justice Maureen Rajnauth-Lee affixes her signature to the revised Rules of Court in the Original and the Appellate Jurisdiction. (CCJ photo)

The Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) yesterday celebrated 14 years of its operations and is marking this occasion with activities throughout the week, a release from the court said.

In commemoration of the actual day of the anniversary, the CCJ launched its 2019 Rules of Court for the Original and Appellate Jurisdictions which saw the judges and the staff of the CCJ holding a small ceremony to celebrate the anniversary and to witness the signing of the Rules.

The Rules of the Court are reviewed every two years and the revisions help to further reduce delay, ensure greater clarity and support advances in court administration. In addition, a brochure containing information about the Court was inserted in one of the daily newspapers in Trinidad and Tobago to allow people an opportunity to learn about the Court and with the hope that other regional newspapers would pursue similar initiatives…..

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